Neil Anderson

Neil Anderson

MEng CEng MCIBSE

Senior Engineer

Neil received a MEng in Mechanical Engineering with Sustainable Development from the University of Birmingham in 2009.

After gaining valuable experience from numerous engineering roles, Neil joined Troup Bywaters + Anders in November 2013 as an Intermediate Mechanical Engineer and was promoted to Associate in December 2016. In his latter position, Neil was responsible for resourcing and managing a design team and took the lead responsibility on a number of commercial fit-outs and refurbishments in the UK and across Europe.

Neil joined Skelly & Couch in 2018 and is currently working on a variety of projects including the delivery of the masterplan for the City of London Freemen’s School, which involves several phases and includes infrastructure upgrade works, the refurbishment of the Grade II*-listed house and an extension to the existing sports hall and changing rooms.

Neil’s work on the main house included surveying the existing building and establishing existing service routes and penetrations though the listed fabric and working with the architect to devise methods to improve the integration of the new MEP services within the building. This project has recently completed RIBA stage 4 and is beginning a series of enabling works.

The masterplan also includes the delivery of a clubhouse for the Old Freemen’s Association as well as a recently completed new swimming pool by Hawkins\ Brown, which won a RIBA South East Sustainability Award.

Alongside this project, Neil is the Senior Engineer on the graduate accommodation at Clare Hall, Cambridge with Alison Brooks Architects. He is also working on the Gradel Quad development and new student accommodation for New College, Oxford. This project features work and alterations to a listed building, as well as the development of two new student residential buildings and facilities for the neighbouring New College School.